I had a great day today just playing with My Little Shoebox papers. I only have a few but it went thru a loonnnggg way I tell you, and it was FUN! I finally get to scrap some personal photos... giving myself a little space to breath after more than a month long of doing scrap service. And now, I am excited to join this month's challenge at MLS, it's a sketch and product challenge. Here's what I came up with...
Fish Feeding... We've been visiting Nuvali, Sta. Rosa for a few times but this was the first time Lorenzo get to feed the Koi. He was sooo excited, he bought about 4-5 packs of fish food. I used here My Little Shoebox papers (Flying High's Bird's Eye View and Mile High, All a Flutter's Wings and Things), Prima blings and pearl, baker's twine, Tim Holtz journaling ticket, AC Thickers chipboard letter, Colorbok transparent letter stickers, glittered glue and Colorbox fluid chalkink.
Follow your Bliss.. My minimalist interpretation of the sketch where I played with acrylic paints on my fingers and sprayed glimmer mist for my background. I love this photo of my cousin Dionne and her baby boy Quinn. I used here white cardstock, My Little Shoebox papers (Flying High's Bird's Eye View and All a Flutter's Flutterby and Wings and Things), chipboard flower, AAS wire, Kaisercraft crafter's acrylic paints, Tattered Angel's blue and marshmallow glimmer mists, American Craft and Dear Lizzy's Rubon transfers and glittered glue.
I traded off my schedule for today with scrapping. I was supposed to watch my eldest son's dulaan in school, but Luigi told me not to watch because he might get conscious in acting the role of Don Timoteo. Good thing eventhough I did not attend, their class WON! Actually, I woke up at the wrong side of the bed but I opted to change my mood to attract good vibes the whole day. Oh well, I ended up making 4 pages using my few MLS papers. I will post the rest of my MLS pages soon.
That's it for now, TFL!